Victoria Macdonald is Health and Social Care Correspondent at Channel 4 News.
Victoria Macdonald is an award-winning journalist, who has been covering health and social care issues for Channel 4 News since 1999.
She reports on changes in the NHS - the reforms and the politics - whether it is in hospitals or in the community or, indeed in Westminster.
She closely follows the care system and how it impacts on the elderly and those with disabilities as well as investigating issues, including mental health, HIV/Aids and TB, and child health.
Victoria is originally from New Zealand and worked for the Sunday Telegraph before joining Channel 4 News.
The announcement comes after the death of a man from Ebola in Goma, a major city in DRC.
Thanks to surgeons at Great Ormond Street it’s hoped the twins can now make a good recovery.
A girl aged just two years and eight months has become the youngest child in the world to have an operation to calm uncontrolled muscle spasms by having electrodes inserted into her brain.
Giving 12 and 13-year-old boys the HPV vaccine could help to prevent 29,000 cases of cancer among men over the next 40 years, according to health officials.
We have spoken to one mother who lost her daughter suddenly without warning.
More than eleven hundred doctors have signed an open letter warning about the mental and physical health damage caused by global warming and calling for urgent action.
The father of a child with a rare genetic disease is having to move to the Netherlands to receive treatment that the NHS won’t fund.
A new study has found levels of anxiety among University students is on the rise.
A man has told the inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal how four members of his family died from Aids.
Mr Trump has arrived in the UK in the midst of a growing row over America’s future trade relations with the UK after the US Ambassador to London suggested the NHS should be “on the table”.
There are almost as many views on Brexit as there are candidates.
Donald Trump has endorsed the former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to become leader of the Conservative Party – and thus Prime Minister.
Today the Children’s Commissioner for England says an “unacceptably high” number of children with learning difficulties and autism are spending months, and sometimes years, as inpatients in mental health hospitals, often miles from their families and homes.
The mother of a baby girl with cystic fibrosis today delivered 65 roses to Downing Street to protest at the failure of the NHS to provide a potentially life-changing drug.
Someone is diagnosed with dementia every three seconds and, according to a new report, nearly 60 percent of sufferers live in poorer countries.